Dealerships will now be able to place orders on the 2013 Honda Accord sedan, which will be available in the following trim levels: LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, V6 EX-L, and V6 Touring. All 2013 Honda Accord sedan models will come with rearview camera, 8-inch i-MID TFT screen with Pandora and SMS text messaging capability, 16-inch wheels, chrome door handles, Bluetooth, USB, dual-zone climate control, auto on/off headlights, and security alarm.
Those that opt for the Sport trim will receive 18-inch wheels, 8-way power driver’s seat, fog lights, dual exhaust, rear spoiler, and paddle shifters. As for the EX, 17-inch wheels will be bolted onto each corner while Honda equips it with its LaneWatch technology – essentially a blind spot display. Also on the EX model are side mirrors with turn signal indicators and a power moonroof.
As for the EX-L, the top-of-the-line four-cylinder model will get leather seats and steering wheel, audio with touchscreen, multi-angle rearview camera, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, XM Radio, heated front seats, and navigation is available as an option. As for the V6 EX-L model, LED daytime running lights, Homelink, and a dual exhaust sets itself apart from the cheaper, four-cylinder models.
A new Touring model was also noted on the release, but simply said “Includes all of the aforementioned EX-L features and some additional car features.”
GALLERY: 2013 Honda Accord Concept
[Source: Temple of VTEC]